The remanent magnetization of dacitic material from Manicouagan, Quebec, was examined. Laboratory thermal studies support the view that viscous buildup in situ was small and secondary components insignificant. A pole position of 89 °E., 57 °N. is calculated from the mean direction of 6 sites. Comparison with other North American paleomagnetic poles points to a possible Triassic age for the formation of the material.